Car Seat Covers - The Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I (AKA The Lady in Gold or The Woman in Gold).
The influence of Egyptian art on Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) is undoubtedly at work in "The Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I. depicting the wife of the industrialist Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer. Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer twice commissioned Klimt to paint a portrait of Adele. This painting, made at the height of Klimt's career, prompted critics to coin the phrase 'Mehr Blech wie Bloch', a pun meaning more brass (i.e., money) than Bloch.
Add a custom spin and turn your car's interior into a gallery of elegance and sophistication with these car seat covers adorned with this iconic image of Gustav Klimt's painting. Combining artistic beauty with practicality, these seat covers not only protect your seats but also create a captivating atmosphere that celebrates the timeless allure of Klimt's masterpiece, making them a must-have for art enthusiasts and those who appreciate the fusion of art and everyday life.
Made with top-tier, thick polyester fabric for long-lasting durability. These seat covers come with an elastic fastening system that delivers a secure, snug fit that is tool-free and easy to install. Both covers feature identical designs.
.: High-quality thick polyester fabric
.: One set contains TWO seat covers
.: Quick and easy installation
.: Black back cover
.: Identical designs printed on both covers
.: These car seat covers should NOT be used on a seat with side airbags
|48.03" × 18.50"
|Seat width, in
|Seat length, in
|Backrest width, in
|Backrest length, in